EIZO’s DuraVision FDH3601 is a 4K x 2K monitor with a 36.4-inch screen, which is targeted at markets that require large screen sizes and high resolutions such as air traffic control (ATC) and geophysical services. The monitor uses LED panel with a viewing angles of 176-degree and a minimal color shift so two or more people can view the screen at once.
The 36.4-inch monitor features 4096 x 2160 native resolution, having a tight pixel pitch of 0.1995 mm for extremely detailed rendering of text and graphics. It comes with EIZO’s Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) technology to compensate for the brightness and chroma discrepancies that are characteristic of all LCD panels. The monitor offers five preset modes: sRGB, Text, and three customizable modes where users can input their preferred values for brightness, color temperature, and gamma, and has a gray-to-gray response time of 8 ms.
The DuraVision FDH3601 provides two dual-link DVI-D and two DisplayPort inputs and sports a 2-port USB hub. It comes with an ergonomic stand with 100 mm height adjustment, 25-degree tilt, and 344-degree swivel. EIZO will release the FDH3601 in November.